Student Lounge

Sharing technical and real-life examples of how students can use MATLAB and Simulink in their everyday projects #studentsuccess

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Where Are They Now? – Graham Iles, Mercedes AMG HPP

Today we’re talking to Graham Iles, Systems Engineering Team Leader at Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains. He recently joined us at Formula Student UK, a competition he also took part in as a… 続きを読む >>

Dive into the Water: Design a PX4 based Underwater Robot with MATLAB

In today’s post, Liping from the Student programs team will share how a student team used MATLAB and the PX4 platform to design an underwater robot and won the China Graduate Electronic Design… 続きを読む >>

Steer Beams to Reality: from Phased Array to Beamforming

In today’s post, Liping from the Student Programs Team will share her experience on how MATLAB and Simulink can help students to understand wireless communication theories on beamforming and… 続きを読む >>

Get Invisible! Design an Invisibility Cloak using MATLAB and Simulink

In today’s post, Maitreyee Mordekar joins us to talk about designing an invisibilty cloak. Over to you, Maitreyee..

Let’s get ready to design an invisibility cloak illusion! In this blog,… 続きを読む >>

Developing Adaptive cruise control using Fuzzy Logic

Joining us today is Jared Diethorn from the West Virginia University EcoCAR Team. Jared and His team took an interesting approach to Adaptive cruise control in the EcoCAR Mobility challenge by using… 続きを読む >>

Mitigating Climate Change through Deep Learning in MATLAB

Joining us today is Kaveh Faraji and Azin Al Kajbaf, who won the Best Use of MATLAB award for The BioMassters competition! Read on to learn more about this duo and how they used deep learning for… 続きを読む >>

Formula for Success: In conversation with MathWorks Minidrone Competition – Europe, Middle East & Africa 2022 Winners

Joining us today is Manjunath Rajmohan who joined the student programs team to support the Minidrone Competition and student challenges. In today’s post, Manjunath chats with the winners of… 続きを読む >>

You’ve Got to be Modeling Me: Analysis of Past Submissions

Joining us today is Keshav Patel, who is a NSF Graduate Research Fellow at University of Utah. He was a part of the team that finished as runners-up in the 2015 MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge… 続きを読む >>

Hacking a YouTube Creator Assistant with MATLAB

Are you a content creator that is looking to make your content thumbnails more eye catching? Joining us today is Nathan Fong and Stuart Fong from Queens University in Canada! Read on to learn more… 続きを読む >>

You’ve Got to be Modeling Me

Joining us today is Wesley Hamilton, who is a STEM Outreach Engineer here at MathWorks. Wesley will talk about tackling the 2019 MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge (M3C) problem. Wesley, over to… 続きを読む >>

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